There is a mathematically rich theory about particle filters, and the central tool to make that go seems to be Feynman-Kac formulae. The notoriously abstruse Del Moral (2004);Doucet, Freitas, and Gordon (2001) are universally commended for unifying and making consistent the diffusion processes and Feynman-Kac formulae and “propagation of chaos” and their delicate relationships. I will get around to them eventually, maybe?
Relate, apparently: Backward SDEs.
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